At The Breakaway Group, Shawn Riley utilizes his extensive practical experience working with health care system senior executives to achieve system-wide strategic plans. Ever wondered how a hospital system gets everyone on the same page when new technology comes along? The Breakaway Group helps companies adopt new Health IT tools by implementing programs for staff training, evaluation, and reference.
Working his way up the ladder, Russell Stahell went from intern at Intermountain Healthcare to VP of Health Catalyst in remarkable time. Today, he inspires a varied team of developers, designers, marketing, and researchers to create the most helpful management tools for hospitals. Russell joined the Health 2.0 stage to show how Health Catalyst is accomplishing this remarkable feat, including the Key Process Analysis Tool, which identifies the areas with the most care variation and most expenses.
Serving more than 2,400 hospitals and more than 8,900 physicians, Mandy spearheads the development of Passport’s new Epic DivisionPassport which makes over 400 million transactions annually through its patient access and payment certainty solutions for the revenue cycle. Passport’s Authorization Management and Preauthorization Knowledgebase solutions offer a single-user interface to submit, validate and manage pre-certifications eliminating pesky, redundant data entry.
Mudit is a serial entrepreneur and technologist and believes in using technology for solving big problems. Mudit worked at McKinsey & Company’s healthcare practice and founded Vdopia, one of India’s largest online video ad networks. Nowadays, he runs AnalyticsMD, a web-based software service product that provides data-driven operational insights to front-line hospital managers relating to patient flow, staffing and bed capacity.
Matthew Browning is founder of IntelliBlast Health®, a patented bi-directional communications software that simplifies health care staff communications and the shift fulfillment process. When not trying to improve health care, he is a bowhunter, beekeeper, and smokes his own bacon!
3D4Medical.com is an Irish-based company that published medical applications on the IOS platform, bringing a new perspective to the health technology field. IMuscle2 boasts a visually stunning and interactive 3D human model while also offering hundreds of strengthening moves and pre-designed workouts. With 3D4Medical, users actively see what areas of their bodies they can target and how that 6 pack is a workout (or two) away.
Tommy Ng rounded off an energetic breakout session on fitness with WellZone, a social health platform that creates and entertaining, contextual experience for the consumer to better engage in health. He brought to the Health 2.0 audience the latest in fitness motivation and inspiration, making WellZone a total touchdown!
FitLinxx provides health and wellness technology that motivates people to live actively and improve their well-being. Last year, Dave gave the Health 2.0 community a brief introduction to the Pebble, and this year he showed much more. With new integrations with the tracker technology and enhanced graphics, the Pebble promises to be one of the biggest enhancements in wearable technology. Whoever said size matters, clearly has never used the Pebble.
Jin Lee brings more than 20 years of technical development and leadership to Salutron and to the Health 2.0 conference. Jin demonstrated LifeTrak, a wearable tracker that monitors your heart rate, distance, calories, and steps taken throughout the day and easily syncs to your device to give engaging fitness progress updates.